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Cuddeback IR Trail Camera, 20 MP - H-1453
- Image Resolution: 20 MP
- Flash Range: More Than 100'
- Trigger Speed: 1/4 sec
- Memory Card Type: SD Card
- Recovery Time: 1 to 2 sec
- Power Source: 8 AA Battery
- Video Recording: Yes
- Video Clip Length: 10/20/30 sec
- Built-In Flash: IR
- Interval Delay: 1 sec to 3 min
- Color: Brown
- Dimensions: 3.3" W x 5.4" H x 2.4" D
- Image Ratio: Full-Size - 4:3
Cuddeback 20MP IR features legendary 1/4 sec trigger speed and Super-Fast Recovery Speed - so the camera is ready for the next picture within 1 sec of taking the first. The result is that Cuddeback can capture two photos before many cameras can capture one. And the pictures are incredible - 20 MP color images when shot in daylight and black and white images when shot at night. On top of performance, Cuddeback's Super Simple Setup makes setup and deployment virtually fool proof. Spend more time scouting and less time messing with the settings. Cuddeback 20 MP IR. Compact, rugged and ready to use, this is Cuddeback's premier trail camera.
- 1/4 sec trigger speed
- 20 MP images
- Premium grade image sensor
- Super simple setup
- Infrared flash technology with 850nm LEDs
- Battery life up to 16 months, over 10,000 images
- Full color day images
- IR black and white night images
- Date, time, moon phase, CAM ID
- EZ, advanced and surveillance operating modes
- Camera will continue to record images without an SD card
- Genius mount - easier to deploy a camera when the mount is separated from the camera
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